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David Crosby runs into jogger

The runner was working out when the Crosby, Stills & Nash star accidentally hit him in his 2015 Tesla.

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Black Sabbath’s farewell show sparks split rumors

The band has sparked rumors they are on the verge of a split after an upcoming gig was billed as their "farewell."

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Jimi Hendrix memorial park gets green light

Construction on the Seattle park is finally set to begin more than three years after it was initially due to open.

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Rolling Stones rocker Ronnie Wood releasing diaries

Fifty years of memories will be available in a limited edition book.

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Twisted Sister drummer A.J. Pero dead at 55

The drummer, famous for his glitter-covered drums in "We're Not Gonna Take It," died from an apparent heart attack.

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Janis Joplin biopic hits another hurdle

The long-delayed film, set to star Amy Adams, has stalled again after producers filed a lawsuit against the screenwriter.

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Vince Neil wants his Facebook back

And he'll file a lawsuit to get it.

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Metallica offering free download of surprise gig

Fans can have a front row seat to a private concert they played last month.

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Bernard Shakey aka Neil Young surprises fans

The rocker made a surprise appearance at the screening of his film "Human Highway" at the South by Southwest (SXSW) festival.

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Smokey Robinson to set sail aboard Soul Train Cruise

Longtime Soul Train television show producer Tony Cornelius will host the cruise.

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Dave Grohl considering another ‘Sonic Highways’ documentary

In the first season Grohl and his band uncovered the history of the music scene in Seattle, Los Angeles, New Orleans, and New York.

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Rock Hall announces presenters, performers

Paul McCartney will welcome fellow Beatle Ringo Starr into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next month.

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Willie Nelson will spill his secrets this spring

His autobiography will be called "It's A Long Story: My Life" and it comes out May 5.

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You can print your own Paul McCartney

If you have a 3D printer, you can print your own Paul McCartney.

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Ozzy Osbourne getting the comic book treatment

Artists are turning the Black Sabbath leader's life story into a picture book.

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Stone Temple Pilots drop ‘Chester Bennington’ from their name

STP has been given the green light to go back to their original moniker, after ending a legal battle with former frontman Scott Weiland.

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Deep Purple star offers free drum lessons

Ian Paice will be handing out free advice to wannabe drummers as part of National Learn to Play Day.

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For $7 million, you can live like Joe Cocker

The late singer's sprawling Colorado ranch has been put on the market.

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Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler plans country album

The rocker relocated to Nashville to work with the songwriters behind hits for Tim McGraw and Carrie Underwood.

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